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Okay I'm gonna link our myspace but:
it's not loaded with stupid glittery shit
we don't have anything for sale
We've got three tracks posted for a demo, they were recorded in two parts. All instruments, amps, drums live and at once using 5 drum mics, 1 guitar mic and the bass by line out.
The vocals were recorded separately.
I'm aware that some of the drum levels are not perfect, but I see very little that can be done about that.
I'm looking for critiques on a few fronts, are the songs any good, are the recordings listenable, do the vocals work, is there any advice you can give in terms of either recorded sound or the way the songs are written.
I will admit that we will not change our core sound, but none of these songs are more than nine months old and we don't mind experimenting or revision over time, so stuff like "the part where you do x is too long" will be considered.